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15 years ago, an unthinkable tragedy shook our nation and forever changed how while it showed the worst in human kind, this tragedy also shined a light on the strength of our nation. nearly three-thousand people were killed in a senseless act
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it's also a time to remember all the heroes who risked their lives --- to save countless others. and we stop to think about the families of those killed... who deal with this tragedy every day. abc's marci gonzalez joins us from lower manhattan with how our nation gathers to mourn, remember and heal today- from the raw, emotional images seared into the collective memory: file nat to the faces?and names- of the 2,996 lives?lost this morning, a somber reflection - on all horror- of 15 years ago today? -- the impact of the september
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recollections? sot memories - as we crawled in deeper, squeezing through tiny openings, and into a smoke filled environment. we came to the understanding that we were going to die in that pile. and lingering effects. 127 new york city firefighters who stayed at ground zero in the days, and weeks that followed the attacks?.searching, heroicly --through the smoldering, toxic debris ?have since died of respiratory and other ailments? sot "nagging problems worsened, chronic became acute and the terrorist attack of september 11 began to grow," 17 new names added to the fdny's memorial wall this year? while again - the other names?etched into history -(show reflecting pool names) are read aloud. (will add nats here once they're read) from here- below the resilient reflection of the new- one world trade center? to the pentagon and the field in shanksville, pennsylvania? mourning families - and our country- honoring
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all morning long --- we'll continue bringing you stories of heroes and those who survived the horrific we'll also bring you live images of memorials across the nation... and right here in the valley. but let go ahead and get a check of your first alert forecast with dan bronis. good morning dan! ((ad-lib)) a large, slow moving pacific system will bring breezy to windy conditions along with milder temps to the area starting today. the winds will be up to the breezy category sunday as the
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expect gusts to about 25 mph this afternoon with highs around 100. windier conditions with gusts to 30 mph are expected monday and we will see highs in the as the system pushes through the area. tuesday could be the windiest day with gusts to about 35 mph. highs will top out around 90 tuesday through friday! the winds will be down to breezy by thursday through next saturday. also, by saturday high temps will warm by a few degrees. this morning -- more people will make their way to walter john to test their belongings for possible mercury contamination. so far -- at least 8 homes have been declared safe. environmental protection agency inspectors....say their biggest concern is they still don't know how the substance got to
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about the mercury on tuesday...but only acted on wednesday. some parents are concerned...so are school officials. 185557 sweet daughtery "it's for the safety of the kids so to me it really mattered.. butt to 153335 calanog "there is the possibility that there could be more mercury in a home or two." right now 15 garbage bags are being held for further inspection out of more than 700 brought in. all school buses have been ruled safe as well. testing takes 8am until 8pm. right now.. police are looking for this man---22- year-old asa brown. police believe he is responsible for shooting and killing a man friday morning... near maryland parkway and desert inn. investigators say the two men were arguing just before shots rang out. the victim died at sunrise hospital. brown is considered armed and
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call police right away.. investigators are trying to figure out how a shed caught fire in a north las vegas backyard. the flames spread to a house near commerce and cheyenne six seniors living in the home..were able to escape in time. the red cross is helping them out. and just hours earlier---- a fire tore through a home near fort apache and wigwam. crews were able to quickly put no one was injured. the cause is under investigation. an update on a story you asked us to investigate. after several months people living in a downtown apartment complex.....finally have a working elevator. the new sign at the park avenue apartments-reads "in service -- it jumps a little on the third floor -- don't be alarmed." the elevator stopped working in june, and despite complaints from renters... the problem went unsolved for
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-- after we made phone calls. the 9/11 attacks 15 years ago... didn't just take lives of innocent victims...but also of first responders... rescuing those trapped inside. one of those heroes is firefighter stephen siller 055 came to a screeching halt. got out calmly. put his gear on. and started running through the tunnel. and that tunnel is nearly two miles long." coming up -- his brother shares their story...and how it's changed their lives fore from across the nation coming together to go above the call of duty --to remember the lives lost
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who lost their lives that day was firefighter stephen siller. his sacrifice inspired a race that takes place in new york every year. siller's brother shared his memories of 9-11 with john berman.. - p --reporter pkg-as follows-- (frank siller, stephen siller's brother): "we believe he was in the south tower. he was never recovered." it was a gorgeous september morning.
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with squad one - the elite unit trained to rescue other firefighters. stephen was headed to play golf with his three brothers. (frank siller, stephen siller's brother): "we were pumped up because we're four brothers getting together to play golf. everybody very busy. steven already with five kids. // and you know heard what happened on his scanner and he turned his truck around." the golf-da stephen - who'd dreamed of being a firefighter since he was a teen -- turned his truck toward the twin towers, but could only get as far as the brooklyn/battery tunnel. it was blocked, but that didn't stop him (frank siller, stephen siller's brother): "there was never a doubt in my mind that stephen did what he did. firefighters were there, already. he loved that brotherhood. he came to a screeching halt. got out calmly. put his gear on. and started running through the tunnel. and that tunnel is nearly two miles long." that heroic run --
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brother): "we wanted his kids to know that his dad is a hero. we didn't have any great lofty goals starting a foundation. but when a friend of his came up with the idea of running through the tunnel like he did. recognized stephen siller foundation and has raised more than 70 million dollars. it has helped children of 9/11 to the families of the slain dallas police officers to wounded veterans. (frank siller, stephen siller's brother): "he would be there he loved the challenge of being able to save people. knowing steven he probably liked the fear factor involved. he had guts." (john berman, new york): "steve will be turning 50 in november?" (frank siller, stephen siller's brother): "november 15th he would have been turning fifty." (john brother): "i think he would have been a very young fifty he would have had over twenty-years already. he would have been able to retire. um but there is no way he would retire." (john berman, new
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tell him?" (frank siller, stephen siller's brother): "proud of you. look what you have done with your wife is. the whole community is. you did something special steve." john berman, cnn, new york. a new video this morning of a very special event that took place in dallas, texas. firefighters from all over the nation came together to take the first responders who lost their lives 15 years ago each climber wore a picture -- of a first responder who lost their lives trying to save others in the twin towers. they honor them by climbing 110 stories -- in full gear -- at renaissance tower. sot 39:40 chad chadwick, highland park (we're doing this for the people who did it long before us ) butt to sot officer darian hogg, waco police we're doing this for a lot of
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registration for the dallas stair climb opened online the spots filled-up in less than three minutes. our local firefighters will attempt to do the same thing today. they are climbing the stairs in the strat to the top in full gear to honor lives lost. that's taking place at 10 this morning. bells will ring out across the nation today in honor of the except this one. the "all is well" bell in san francisco's first responders plaza is broken. it rings everyday for 20 seconds before noon... at noon.. and 20 seconds after to signify, all is well. the bell's maker lives in france.. and won't be able to fix it in time for the 9-11 anniversary. let's get a check of your first
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system will bring breezy to windy conditions along with milder temps to the area starting today. the winds will be up to the breezy category sunday as the system starts to slowly approach the area. expect gusts to about 25 mph this afternoon with highs around 100. windier conditions with gusts to 30 mph are expected monday and we will see highs in the mid 90's. sunday and monday then partly cloudy on tuesday and wednesday as the system pushes through the area. tuesday could be the windiest day with gusts to about 35 mph. highs will top out around 90 tuesday through friday! the winds will be down to breezy by wednesday afternoon as the system starts to push out of the area.
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thursday through next saturday. also, by saturday high temps will warm by a few degrees. a large, slow moving pacific system will bring breezy to windy conditions along with milder temps to the area starting today. the winds will be up to the breezy category sunday as the system starts to slowly approach the area. expect gusts t this afternoon with highs around 100. windier conditions with gusts to 30 mph are expected monday and we will see highs in the mid 90's. expect mainly sunny skies sunday and monday then partly cloudy on tuesday and wednesday as the system pushes through the area. tuesday could be the windiest day with gusts to about 35 mph.
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winds will be down to breezy by thursday through next saturday. also, by saturday high temps will warm by a few degrees. ((ad-lib at desk)) ahead of today'a anniversary a special memorial service took in new york it was to honor the firefighters who died 15 years ago, attorney general loretta lynch and new york mayor bill de-blasio spoke at the service. saint patrick's cathedral was packed with city officials -- firefighters -- and families of the victims. 343 firefighters lost their lives as they tried to rescue people trapped inside the twin towers. they changed names.
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still the same. up next -- we're going dirty dining.. and this valley restaurant -- is no stranger to this segment. woman: ok, i don't want... if you want to put on the tv, put on the the tv. darcy: but you don't want to comment? woman: ay chihuahua! find out what got this cantina
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? ? ? isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience. great show. here you go. now he's added a new routine. making depositing a check seem so effortless. easy to use chase technology, for whatever you're trying to master. isaac, are you ready? yeah.
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dirty. and... it's a place darcy spears won't soon forget. 8:16 darcy stand-up: check out what happened the last time we were at this location for dirty dining... file from march, 2013 pkg: 19:08 woman comes at the camera with a newspaper and pushes ozkar out darcy : can i get out? you want to tell me something? i don't appreciate you guys closing me in the restaurant. that's when the new owners first took over this restaurant on maryland parkway between reno and tropicana.
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it's now called cantina cancun. woman: ok, i don't want... if you want to put on the tv, put on the the tv. darcy: but you don't want to comment? woman: ay chihuahua! this time... :21 darcy: not that door. that one's locked too. things were much more quiet 1:33 knocking - hello, is anybody in there? turns out cantina cancun is closed on tuesdays. that's their choice, but on august 26, they were forced to shut down after health inspectors gave them 42 forty-two is enough to shut a place down on demerits alone. but cantina cancun added the imminent health hazard of no hot water. they also had live roaches. 4:05 on phone: hi this is darcy spears from channel 13. have i reached someone with cantina cancun? the caller disconnected and it went to voicemail when i called back. i spoke to someone again later and left more messages, but
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food, including multiple seafood items, cheese and beans that should have been tossed more than a week before the inspection. but it was all still sitting in the fridge. there was also lots of food that had to be thrown out because of unsafe temperatures. utensils that hadn't been washed since the day before. and the stove had excessive build-up. the person in charge couldn't tell the inspector the last time it was cleaned. /nat transition/ of the four imminent health hazard came from the food truck that serves as the pool snack bar at the plaza hotel casino. it was shut down for lack of adequate refrigeration. just about every food in the facility was at an unsafe temperature. plus, inspectors found multiple foods with "severe signs of spoilage." there's a salad made with feta cheese and cucumber at the top of the menu. but cucumbers on the truck were discolored, spotted with mold and squishy. and their large container of
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the oscar burger comes topped with arugula, but that was wilted, brown and deteriorating. /nat/ another food truck--joseph's express care catering--also known as el borotazo tortas ahogadas--was also shut down for lack of adequate refrigeration. /nat/ urban turban - a seasonal set-up at the linq - was shut down for four separate health hazards. their power kept going out. they had no hot water. and employees had no properly working sink to wash their hands. /nat/ last on the list, supreme lobster--a seafood distributor on polaris and ponderosa--was shut down for no hot water. they were processing fish in the midst of this imminent health hazard. there was also a soiled mesh scrubber in the shellfish cutting room, peeling ceiling tiles in the fish processing
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with chipping paint and disintegrating wood. darcy tag: cantina cancun grill is back to an a grade. all the places that were closed have reopened with a grades as well. darcy spears, 13 action news. right now we are working on all-new stories for our next half-hour including -- a new war of words on teh campaign trail. what hillary clinton said that has many angry and her campaign apoloigizing! then -- a teenager saves his father's life. you won't believe what he used trying to killing them the nation is remembering almost 3-thousand lives lost 15 years ago. taking a live look at the
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over 20,000 nevadans rely on planned parenthood for access to basic health services and critical cancer screenings. but congressman heck voted to defund planned parenthood and was willing to shut down the government over it. heck opposed roe v. wade and voted to criminalize abortion.
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>> brothel owners may soon have to cough up more cash to day in business. some people want to increase the licensing fees depending on the number of workers and raise the background check fee. right now brothel fees bring the county up to $80,000 a year. higher rate could adds tens of thousands of more dollars.
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increased health checks for workers. the proposal gets the okay in november. many stories this morning of 9-11 survivors and how they're moving forward. bowling is helping one lady. >> it gives me something to do. gets me mind off of 9-11 even though i can't forget it. >> how she came feet from being killed that day and how she's
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>> let's go out live to the pentagon where the brief-laying ceremony is getting underway.
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as the plane struck the pentagon. let's get there now. >> good morning. scripture tells us let not steadfast love and faithfulness forsake you, write them on the tablet of your heart. chairman dunnford, members of our armed forces and most of all, survivors of that september day and the families of those we love, it's a great honor once again to be with you on this day, a day that i know is still very difficult. but which reveals the love and faithfulness in your hearts and in the heart of our nation.
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forget the nearly 3,000 beautiful lives taken from us so cruelly. including 184 men, women and children here, the youngest just 3 years old. we honor the courage of those that put themselves in harm's way to save people they never knew. we come together in prayer and in gratitude, strength that has fortified years. we renew the love and the faith that binds us together as one american family. 15 years may seem like a long time, but for the families that lost a piece of their heart that day, i imagine it can seem like just yesterday. perhaps it's the memory of a last kiss given to a spouse or
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or father, a sister, or brother. we wonder how their lives might have unfolded, how their dreams might have taken shape. and i'm mindful that no words we offer or deeds we do can ever truly erase the pain of their absence. and that you, survivors and families of 911, your love and faithfulness has been an inspiration to me and to our entire country. even as you have mourned, you summoned the strength to carry out. in the names of those you've lost, you started scholarships and volunteered in your communities and done your best to be a good neighbor and a good friend. a good citizen.
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reminded us together that there's nothing that we as americans can overcome. the question before us as always is how do we preserve the legacy of those we lost. how do we live up to their example and how do we keep their spirit alive in our own hearts. well, we have seen the answer of a generation of americans. our men and women in diplomats and intelligence, homeland security and law enforcement professionals. all who have stepped forward to serve. who have risked and given their lives to keep us safe. thanks to their extraordinary surface, we dealt devastating blows to al-quaida, we delivered justice to osama bin laden, we strengthened our
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attacks, saved lives. we resolve to continue doing everything in our power to protect this country that we love. we pay tribute to these patriots that serve in our name, including those far away from home in afghanistan and iraq. perhaps most of all, we stay true to the spirit of the day by defending not only our country b 15 years into this fight, the threat has evolved. with our stronger defenses, terrorist attempt attacks on a smaller but still deadly scale. hateful ideologies urge people to commit unspeakable violence. we mourn the loss of innocence
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to colorado. groups know that we will never be able to -- they will never be able to defeat a nation as great and as strong as america, so instead they to terrorize in the hopes that they can stoke enough fear that we turn on each other. that we change who we are or how we live. that's why it is so important today that character as a nation of people drawn from every corner of the world, every color, every religion, every background. bound by a creed as old as our
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sunin. our patch work is not a weakness, it's still an always will be one of our greatest strengths. this is the america that was attacked that september morning. this is the america that we must remain true to. across our country today, americans are coming together in service and remembrance. names and memorial benches here at the pentagon, we walk the hallowed grounds of a pennsylvania field. we look up at a gleaming tower that pierces the new york city skyline. but in the end, the most enduring memorial to those we lost is ensuring the america that we continue to be.
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that we stay true to what is best in us. that we do not let others divide us. as i mark the solemn day with you for the last time as president, i think of americans whose stories i've been humbled to know the past eight years. americans who i believe embody the true spirit of it's the courage of a 24-year-old in the south tower, the man in the red bandanna who spent his final moments to helping strangers to safety before the tower fell. it's the resilient of the firehouse on eighth avenue. patriots who still suit up every day as the pride of
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the last moments on the phone from the towers told her i will always be watching over you. it's the resolve of those navy seals who made sure justice was finally done, who served as we must live as a nation, getting each other's backs, looking out for each other, united one mission, one team. the ultimate sacrifice of men and women who rest from eternity not far from her in gentle green hills, in perfect formation. american whose gave their lives in far-away places so we can be here today, strong and free and proud. it's all of us. every american who gets up each day, lives our lives. carries on. because as americans, we do not give in to fear.
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and the way of life that makes us a beacon to the world. let us not, whatnot steadfast love and faithfulness forsake you. write them on the tablet of your heart. and how we conduct ourselves as individuals and as a nation we have the opporni to the sacrifice of those heros that we lost. may god bless their memory. >> that was president obama speaking at the pentagon memorial service as we remember
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whole new field...for the first time in team history! joining me now to talk about the mile stone.. director jinger meuir, csn lady coyotes shortstop 1. russel road reacreation complex...but finally have a home of you're own... what's that going to be like for the team? 2. why is this so important not how does having a home year? the celebration will take place at 9:30 a.m., tuesday, sept. 13 on the college's henderson
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over 20,000 nevadans rely on planned parenthood for access to basic health services and critical cancer screenings. but congressman heck voted to defund planned parenthood and was willing to shut down the government over it. heck opposed roe v. wade and voted to criminalize abortion.
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good morning, america. new overnight, hillary clinton clamor. the candidate's regrets about saying this. >> you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call the basket of deplorable. >> donald trump pouncing and the brand-new poll numbers. what they reveal about the campaign this morning. the new zika concerns. the head of the cdc calling out congress telling them to act on a spending bill. >> by the end of this month, we will be out of money to respond effectively. >> the fears about what will happen if the funding dries up as more planes take to the sky for spraying. and new safety measures. what the airlines are doing in response to the concerns over those exploding lithium batteries in samsung's galaxy note 7. the in-flight announcements.

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